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Tra BiiVB and the Gbay.?The
"blue" and the "gray" in CJongress
eeem to gab along very amicably, and
the "blaok" may think itself a neutral?
izing element, albeit we cannot bnt re?
gret to see a plane hallowed by eo many
associations of the past desecrated by
?tho pre?onco of tho thick-lipped clod
hoppers; -whoso true place is the planta?
tion. ' As a rule, tho "ex-rebels" in Con?
gress conduct themselves with marked
moderation, and by their conciliatory
course, are fast winning back the ground
they lost by five years' absence from the 1
national councils. In this respect, So-1
nator Gordon and Representative Ste?
phens, of this State, stand foremost,
and are winning power and respect. Of |
coarse, there are occasional allusions to
the "lata unpleasantness," bnt these are
generally in the beat of feeling. But?
ler's boast of the terrible %ughter |
among his black troops before Jj'ott Ha:
rieon, was met by Mr. Bobbins, of North
Carolina, in an admirable way. He told
Mr. Butler, that as the number of
woQ&d?d was as five to one of the killed,
Mb. (Butler's) column, if it lost 543
killed, must have lost 2,800 wounded!
This would have left Butler's column
hors du combat. It was as complete, as |
it was a quiet crusher of Butler's brag?
gadocio .?Augusta Constitutionalist.
, A Mr. Hoffman, of Dabaqae, took I
oat his wife's false teeth before bnrying I
her, whereupon the Louisville paper re-.
marks that this was very reasonable,
"because in the world to whioh Mrs.
Hoffman has gone, there may be weep?
ing and wailing, bnt Mr. Hoffman is de?
termined that, so far bb his wife is con?
cerned, there fihall be no gnashing of
"When a man declares that his wife |
doesn't know enough to boil water, he
only means to say that she hasn't got a |
~ OUR .STOCK
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
IS now complete, comprising an anon,
mont which, in vabieit, quantity, q'jai.i
tt amd low fbioib, is mot bubpabskd ly ahv i
HOD8K in ma orrx. We are determined not
to bb unde?-kold. Without quoting pricas,
will mkkt any competition of TBOSe im the
tbabb. Oar stook comprises, with other |
chofoe goods, a full supply ot
CORN, HAY. OATH and BRAN,
Planting Potatoes, Liverpool Bait,
Flour, from Super to Fancy Family,
Boflaed, Crashed. Powdered and Raw
Ooffees?Rio, Laguayia, Java and Mocha,
Teas?Imperial, Gunpowder, Oolong and
Daria' Sugar-cured Canvasod Hams,
Breakfast Strips and Baoou,
Ghoioo Oream Cheese, Gilt Edge Batter,
Pure Leaf Lard,
Canned Goods, Cakes, Crackers, Ac.
With a complete assortment of Corn and
Rye Whiskies, Brandy, Gin, Winea, Liqaors,
Cigars, tea., which will be delivered free ot i
cartage at the depots,or at the residences of
oar oity customers.
March 0_JOHN AQNEW A8QN.
Mark Twain's Last.
THE GTJILDED AGE?A Story of To-Day,
with 100 plates.
Adventures of an Attorney in Search of I
Practica, by Warren?12.25.
Autobiography and Memoir of Bev. Dr.
.Apes and Men, by Mivert?$1 SO.
Leaders ot Public Opinion in Ireland, by
Lecke'a History or Rationalism, 2 volumes.
Leoke'e European Morals, 2 volumes.
The Hugnenots in France, by Smiles?$2.
And other New Books, for vale at
Ffil> 19 R, h, BRYAN'S BOOKSTORE.
P7f\f\ BUSHELS Prime WHITE SPRING
I \J\J SEED OATS, for Bale low for cash.
Feb A_HOPE it GYLES.
I- ROOMS TO LET.
ROOMS for Lawyure, Insurance Agents,
Brokers, or other business or professional
BLEEPING ROOMS in the new CENTRAL
NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
The Building has- boon finished with spe?
cial view to the convenience and comforts of
tenants. APPLY AT THE BANK.
~i BAUREL8 vory superior and pur
i cJ Southern-made SYRUP, for sale bv
Janfl HOPE & GYLES.
NEW SUPPLY Just received at
Feb 2? UOPE &. GYLES'
BARRELS fresh kiln dried, by
Jan 25 HOPE A GYLES.
LBS. PEELED DRIED PEACHES
Feb 8 HOPE a GYLES.
Feed! Feed!! Feed!!!
HA ' corn,
Constantly on baud and for r*U> low by
Feb 24 john agnew A son.
-.BX^J. A. SELBY. 0<
Special OST o^ti? ? a -
OBSTACLKSTO JIAHKIAOK ? UAl'l Y
RELIEF FOR YOUNG MEN from the effect?
of errors and abases Id early lifo. Manhood
Restored. Impediments to Marriage re?
moved. New method of treatment. Now
and remarkable remedies. Rooks and Cir?
culars sent free, in aealod envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
Booth Ninth Htreet. Philadelphia, Fa.?an
institution having a high reputation for
honorable conduct and professional skill.
Feb10 _ l)H3nio_
Take Heiuitsh's Blood and Liver Pills.
APPLY yourself to business md work
Savo jour earnings and make good invest-!
ments. The best iuvostmeut is good health
and long life.
If you aro sick, systom deranged,
Tako Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
If von havo Fovor. Chills, Hoadacho.
Take HeiuitBh'a Kina Chill Cure.
^Jifff*"^ A Kroaf sav-1
ing of money I
is in kuowiug
what to buy
(and whero to
bay. On to
RUP will ouro
Coughs Colds, Hoarseness, and Bavo you
The heat place is always the oheapeat.
Good advice, your best friend when sick, is !
he who eures von. All kindf. of good MEDI-1
CIN ES at HEINITSH'S DRUG STORK,
Sept SO ? Opposite Pncsmx Office.
Drs. Greene, Lindley & Bentley's
GREAT FAMILY MEDICINES
COMPOUND EXTRACT COHTDALIS,
the great vegetable alterativo for all
diseases arising from impure blood.
DR. GKEBNB'S FIT CURE, for the
eure of Epilepsy, Fits, Spasms, and convul?
sions of all kinds.
medicated Honty. for Coughs, 'Cclds,
Bronchitis, Croup, and all diseases of the
lungs and air passages.
Neuralgia SpecUlc, a certain and speedy
cure for Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervous
Head-ache, and all nervous pains.
Wabatli Valley Ague Cure. Contains I
no Quinine. A most positive remedy for
Chilis, Bilious Fever, and Congestions of
Liver and Spleen. Acts like a charm.
Prepared at the Laboratory, Charlotte, N.!
0. Forsaloby W.?. FISHER,
Nov 20 tl.v_Columbia. 8. O.
$250,000Currency tobe Given Away!
For the Benefit of the
Masonic Relief Association!
Of Norfolk, Va.
UNDER authority of a special Act of the
Legislature, passed March 8, 1873, con?
ferring corporate privileges upon the Ma?
sonic Itolief Association, the Directors now
havo the pleasure to announce that e
Git AND GIFT CONCERT will bo given at the
Opera House, in tho city of Norfolk, on
T?ESimx, the oth of max, 1874, j
\Ko fartntr fostponemetr. Uuaranteed,]
For the purpose of procuring funds neces?
sary for tho completiou of tho Masonic Tem
plo, now in courso of erection in the city of
DlBECTORB OF tub ASSOCIATION .T oh II L,
Roper, President; John B. Corprew, Treasu?
rer; James Y. Leigh, Walter U. Taylor, Geo.
8. Oldfleld, John A. Robsoo, Daniel Husted,
Wm. U. Walou, M. H. Stevens, 8. Weil, John
[ T. Redmond.
I Advisoby Boauo.?Hia Excellency ex-Gov.
Gilbert C Walker, Col. Kader Bigcs, P. H.
P.; R?hn R. MoDaniol, P.O. Commander; J.
J. Burroughs, Cant. Samuel L. Watts, Virgi?
nia Legislature; Robert E. Withers, G. M.
G. H. P. and D. G. C. of G. O; Col. Thomas
P. Owens, P. G. M.; John B. Wbitehead,
Esq., ex Mayor. CoL W. H. Tavlor, State
Souator; James G. Bain.G. C. G. O. C.
List of Gifts ?Ono Grand Cash Gift,
100,000; one Grand Cash Gitt, 25 000; one
Grand Cash Gift, 12,600; ono Grand Cash
Gift, 10.000; one Grand Cash Gift, 5,000; one
Grand Cash Gift, 2.500; 24 Cash Gifts, $500
each, $12,OC0: 60 cash Gifts, 250 each. 12.500;
80 Cash Gilts, 200 each. 111.000; 100 Cash
Gifts, 150 eaoh. 15 000; 150 Oath Gifts. 100
each, 15,000; 500 Cash Gifts. 50 each, 2'j,500;
9.0fl0 Cash Gifts, 5 oaoh. 45 000, Grand total,
10.000 Gifts, all CbbIi, $250,000.
Whole Tickets, 15. Half Tickets, *2 60.
Club Rates?11 Tickets for $30, 22 Tickets for
$100. HENRY V. MOOltE.Soorotarv
Masonic Belief Association, Norfolk, Va.
B. 1. BOONE, Agent,
Fob 3 13mo Columbia. 8. 0.
Look After Your Horses.
SPRING time is the timo to give tho GER?
MAN HOR8E POWDERS. For all die
I eases to whioh tbe horse is subject, no bettor
medicine can bo given. Get it only at
I March 5 1 HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
FIHST cr,iss HOUSE?5.1 OO
I A CHANGE of managomcut,
?Uli many CODHtquont improve?
ments, enables tho proprietors to
offer to tbo traveling pub io more
comforts and conveniences than
can bo obtainod at any other
honse in the city. TELEGRAPH
OFFICE. BAT? aud BILLIARD
ROOMS in the homo. Every at?
GORMAN & CALNAN,
March 4 Proprietors.
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
Wholesale Doalers and Manufacturers of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Fob 25 -113
WE are now receiving a largo ana welNselcctod stock of ROOTH AND
SHOES, comprising evorv variety, which aro offered for Balo at tho LOWEST
MARKET PRICES. All gooJ? with our brand aro warranted.
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
No. i Itnync *ti<< ?, corner of Clitirrli street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
'Let our Ju?t Ocneure
3LUMBIA. S. C, SATURDAY
k FURTHER REDUCTION
IN t'HE PRICES OF
Buying Goods tor CaBh, I am ena?
bled to make a farther reduction in
prices. The Goods are all new andj
will give entire satisfaction to all con?
sumers. The following are a few of |
the leading articles and prices:
Choice Family FLOUR, selected reheat.
Best While CORN.
Irish POTATO ET.
New Orleans SUGAR.
Powdered and Granidated SUGA K.
Laguayra COFFEE, finest.
Old Govei-nment Java COFFEE.
English Breakfast TEA.
Young Hysen TEA.
I call especial attention to these Teas
they are very choice.
F. A. Ferris' Sugar-Cured HAMS.
Davis' Diamond HAMS.
Morrison's Sugar-Cured HAMS.
Breakfast >S1'RIPS, sugar cured.
New Orleans New SIRUPS.
Common Rye WHISKEY.
Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
Old Wheat WHISKEY.
Imported Holland GIN.
Choice Family FLOUR.
Imported BRANDY, of the celebrated
CANNED GOODS in every oarielu.
CRACKERS, CAKES and BIS?
CUITS, at manufacturers' prices.
COUNTRY ORDERS filled and ship?
ped promptly, free nf cartage and package,
and entire satisfaction guaranteed.
L?RICK & L?WRANGE,
Wholcaalo and Hot ail
Grocers and Provision Eealers.
l complete in every
1 respect. Wo sell at
'the very lowest
mir goods pure. We do not publish prices,
but tt el satisfied that noun of our patrons
will loavo dissatisfied. Wo pay the highest
market price for COTTON, either in goods or
currency. Wo have an excellent WAGON
YAM) in rear of our establishment. Look
out for tho sign of tho plow and the carriage
wheel, Richardson street, a few doors below
the I'iukmx oflioe. Give us a call, and iu
Ipttct our good* and prices. Nov 20
Of 1 B0XKS Cream, Soda, Milk, Lemon, |
A\J Oraeknals, Butter, Farina and Ginger
I Snaps, for salo by_HOFE & GYLES.
K/\ BARRELS, in fine order, EARLY
0\f RJSE. EARLY GOODRIOH, PINK?
EYE and PEERLESS, for sale low for green?
backs. HOPE & GYLES.
Hay, Oats, Bran and Shorts.
f*(^ BALKH PRIME TIMOTHY HAY,
\J\J fiOObuahels Heavy Oals,
300 biialiole Rolled Meal,
t a Ann ........,i - titi. ? . oi - -.
AU.UUV UWUUUO VI IIUftL JJilVU RUU uuu1 ID,
For eale low, for cibh, by
V.?^J9 _ HOPE Sc. GYLES.
The Cider Has Arrived,
AND is on draught at A. STORK'S 8aloon,
Rjchardson atrcet. Feb 2a
WH. M. VINE'S
State Capitol Saloon.
r~\ THE best of WISES, LIQUORS,
ift/HEGARB, TOBACCO, etc, eon*
?^mjSr htantly on hand. Norfolk OYS?
TERS, in und out of tho sbell. Givo him a
call. Jan 10
Hay and Corn.
1 f>fl 1UI'KH Prime TIMOTHY I1AY.
Wt v t GOObnshola Prime WhitoCoru.
Just received, and for said at our usual low
pricea, for cash only.
Feb 18 JOHN AONEW A SON.
City Money Wanted.
WANTED to purohaso ?5,000 hi Cl'l
MONEY. Apply at tho South Cnro
Una Bank ami f rn?l Com pa <v.
Feb '2G HARDY SOLOMON.
MORNING, MARCH 7, 1874
HAVING resigned the agency or tin
Bout horn Lifo Insurance Company, wo
have connected ourselves with tho
Cotton States Life Insurance Company
OF MA con, OBSOUdlA.
W. 13. JOHNSON, s. Cm. OBEAIt,
State Deposits. Ij'J.UUO
The Company lashes policies on both the
stock and mutual plans, giving to
non-participating policy holders the advant?
age of premiums LH KS by twenty per cent,
than mutual rates.
It will establish BOARDS OP ADVISORY
TBUSTERS in tho principal citiea of tho
State, and will eon tract with said Boards to
invest in said ciiios seventy por cent, ot tho
not premiums taken thcro, thus making it a
Home Company in Each Locality.
We confidently recommend this utauuch
Southern Company to our friends and tho
public, and bespeak a continuance ot kind
patronage heretofore extended to uh.
BLACK ft WARING,
General Agents for South Carolina.
Activo and reliable canvassers wanted with
whom we will make liberal contracts.
Seegers' vs. Cincinnati Beer.
TUE Cincinnati Gazette makes the asto?
nishing announcement that Cincinnati
beer is no longer pure, but adulterated with
molasses, sugar of starch, fusel nil and the
poisonous Colchicum. The Commissioner of
Agriculture, in his report for ItSGS, says that
Prof. Mapos, of Now York, anahzed tho beer
from a dozen different breweries, and found
all of it adulterated. Coccnlns Indicus and
nux vomica entered largely into its composi?
J. O. SFEGERS guarantees his beer to be
pure and reliable Ho does not adulterate
it, but brews from tho best barley, malt and
hops. Jan 23
HON E Y TO" L O AN~~
On Marketable Collaterals.
EXCHANGE on Now York, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Boston and all prominent
cities of the United States and Europe
bought and sold.
DEPOSITS received and interest-bearing
STOCKS, BuNDS, GOLD and SILVER
bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS of merchants and others from
tho city and country solicited, and LIBERAL
LINES OF DISCOUNTS granted bv the
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,
Corner of Plain and Richaidson streets.
RAWLS USE STUB.
An additional stock of new MUSICAL
MERCHANDISE has jttet been received at
the ahovo place, and will bo disposed of at
prices to suit all. Call aud tximine. The
location is next dcor South of tho PmKXlx
ollice. Fid) 21 lmo
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE V A CIVIC iWAVn
THIS GUANO is now so well known in all
tho Southern States, for its rcmai kable
effects as an agency tor increasing the pro
duots of labor, as not to require epeti&l re?
commendation from us. Its use for eight
years past has established its character lor
reliable excellence. The large llxed capital
invested by tho Company in this trade atf >rds
tbo surest guarantee of the continued excel?
lence of this Guano. The supplies put into
market this season are. as heretofore, pre?
pared under the superintendence of Dr. St.
Julian liavene), Chemist of tho Company, at
Charleston, S. C. Hence planters uiny rcs-t
assured that its quality and com posit ion is
precisely the same an that heretofore sold.
J. N. ROBSJN,
Selling Ag( nt. Charleston, s. ('.
John s. bei.se a- co..
General Agents, Baltimore.
Tvrins ?f-18 cash; S5.1 time, without inte?
To accommodate planters, they ran order
now and l.avo until 1st of April to decide
as to whether they will take at lime or cash
price. When delivered from the factory by
the car load, no drayage will he charged.
ACID PHOSPHATE. GUANO, BONE,
PLASTER,Ac,always on hand, qualitvuua
rantced. J. N. ROBSON.
BUFFALO TONGUES. MESS MACKEREL.
LEAF LAltD, PIGS' fee r, for Palo low
by HOPE a GYLES.
The Old Re.iable House
tu- VOil DRUGS AND BBF.DS. =S?
IUaT received, new SEEDS, new varieties
of Cabbage, Peas aud Coin. For sale at
Jan 17 4 EIKINITjBH'H Drug Sloro.
Medicated and Other Medicines.
HA RBACK'S celebrated Walnut Candy,
Ueiuitsh's Cough Confections,
Mars lmo How Drops, pure and I rush,
Carbolic Candy, for sore throat,
Hoarhound Candy, for colds,
Peppermint Drops, for the digestion,
Cocoa Caramel, for the stomach.
Jim Orows, a ploasant Uinuer confection,
Jordan Almonds, after-dinner nut to oravk,
Cream Chocolate, a sweet soothing thing,
All for sale at HEINIT8IJ 'S Drug Store.
Dec 27 i Oppnairo PnesNix Ofllee.
For Bftle?500 Bushels
? ?SOI' I'll Kit N
PRODUCES over Out) bushels to the acre,
on favorable land. Equal to the "Yum '
in eating qualities -and have dug them hall
I pound in weight in this latit tide, on -itli J nly.
j t'lico $2 ."?() per bushel.
RICHARD O'NF.ALE, Jn.,
I Fob 5 ]2mo Columbia. S. ?'.
Notice to Tax-Payers
OPPICE OF city 0LE1IK,
c'oi.umuia, S. c , March lt>74.
r| Ml i", books of the city f. r City Taxes close
; 1 on March 15. All Taxes not paid on or
hoforo that date will b? ? iibjoct t<i a penalty
; ot ten per cent, ou gross amount of Tax.
OHAS. BAUN U.M. Ciu l'n ?tun r.
' Match T,
VOL. IX?NO. 2#T
NEW GOODS I
Winter Dress Goods
at Low Down Prices,
byO. F. JAGESON,
Leader Low Prices.
128 Rlain Street.
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
WM. D. LOVEScCO.
OUR STOCK at prcacut ia complete in all
Wo cordially in vi to all purchasers of goodt
to exaraine our assortment beforo making
their selections, as a call at our establish?
ment will save thum TIME and MONEY.
NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.
Firat class Goods, at low prices, can alwajt
be purchased at
The Grand Central
Dry Goods Establishment
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Under tho Wheolor Housn.
WM. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
free of cost, at the
California Cigar Store.
For further informa?
tion, call and see for
Jewelrv! Jewelrv! Jewelrv!
AT his now store, Main street, nearly t p
pouito the Central National Punk, hm
a large und bcaut? nl stock of lino WATCHES
bteni hnd key winders, from tho bebt En
ropean and American mar.nfaetnr? rn, and o
i his own importation, in gold and silvercase.
I Elegant JEWELRY 1 An unrivaled a st ort
i incut ju.rt rcc? ivt d. and all the latet-t ??ty los
! Sterling MEYER-WARE, iu Puts and er.eis
! Bridal Presents, and a very line selection i
I Plated-Ware, Gold Watch and Keck Chains
I Lockets, elegant Seal, Wedding and PIngnge
I luont Rings, large nock of Spectacle* ant
Eye-Glast.es, Clocks, Musical Boxes, and i
I great variety of Fancy Articlcp. My ttock ii
j the lariicat and best selected in the Sonthen
I couutry, and will be sold as cheap as thi
umo article can bo bought anywhere.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOUGHT since tho great devlino. and yr<
uro eelliug them at tho very lowes
I pricss for cash. Wo intend to giv? our ens
j louiers Iho advantage of tho L?W PRICES
I Como and seo our stock. Wo consider it i
'compliment for persons to call and see on
; <oods_KINARD A WILEY.
i Oflice City Treasurer,
COLUMBIA, 8. 0., DEO.MitEn 27,1H73.
! riulM city or Colnmbia will, on the 15th o
! JL January, 1B71, commence paying tin
; PAST DUE COUPONS of her Bon?!s. The;
will bo paid at the Carolina National Bank
' nlsn at the South Carolina Bank and Tim
'; Uoutpaitj's Bank, in this city.
C1IAS. BARN UM, City Trenmrer.
Milte House Stables.
JUST received at tho above Stn
hies, twenty head lino KENTUCK
? M ULES, most of which are we
broke. Will l?C -?>',d . heap for onsh.
r.'opt 13 N. LONG, Agent.
We have, at this
time, unusual facili?
ties for making fine
Frock Ooats and su?
perior made Custom
It. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
A few cases of
1 HATS!^ HATS!
TBE VERY LATEST FASHIONS
And some of tbo new
GESTS' rtWHING GOODS.
WE Lavo secured the services of a first
? claes cutter in our CU 1TOM DV.I * ARTMEN T,
and aro making SUITS to ui ci in the latest
R. & W 0. SWAFFIELD.
[Gukkm'iixe and Columbia Baileoad Co.,
Columbia, B. C, January 1.1871.
HOLDEBS ot tbo STATE GUABAN1EED
BONUS and the admitted SECOND
MORTGAGE BONDS or this Company who
have funded the past due Coupons of said
Bonds, matured botween January, 1873, and
July, 1873, both inclusive, are notified that
jthe January, 1874, Coupons of said Bonds,
and, also, those of the funded Interest Bonds
land Certificates, wdl be paid on presentation
at this office on the FIFTEENTH 1NST.
GEO. W. WATERMAN,
I Jan 1_Treasurer.
I Baltimore & Wilmington, N. C.
Semi-Weekly Steamship Line,
Composed of the first-claes Steamships
D. J. FOLEY.Capt. D. J. Pbice
REBECCA CLYDE.Capt. D. C. Childs
LUCILLE.Capt. J. S. Bessett
KALE1GH.Capt. J. 8. Oltveb
WILL here after sail from BALTIMORE
every TUESDAY aud FUIDAY, and
from WILMINGTON rvery WEDNESDAY
Connecting at Wilmington, N. C, with the
? WilmiDgton, Co'umbia and Augusta Bail
road, giving Through Bill? of Lading to and
Irom all points in North aud South Carolina,
, Georgia and Alabama.
Connecting at Columbia, S. 0., with the
Greenville aud Columbia B&ilroad and Char?
lotte division of tbo Charlotte, Columbia and
Connecting at Augusta, Gh., with Georgia,
Maeon and Augusta and Central Railroads.
Steamers of this Hue, on arrival in Wil
, mington.stop at Railroad Depot, and the
, ttailroad Freight, being stowed separately iu
Steamer, ia ti ttu&fcm d, under covered sheds,
[ diroct to Care, without delay, and forwarded
l?v I tut fa,.!. I'VfMi'lit Ik'Trt?r?-iio ?~? ? ?
, No drayage in Wilmington, and no transfer
from Wilmington South. Rate* gnat-antecd
j an low aa by any other route, and all losses
J or over-charges promptly psid.
Mark all Goods Bin Steamship lb Wilming?
ton, Hud forward Bill* 61 Li ding to Railroad
Agent, Wilmington. N. C.
For further iiift rmatien, applj lo either of
" nndert.inned Agents ot the lil.ti.
ANDREWS A CO .Agent? B A IV. Steam?
ship Line. No 73 Smith's.Wlurr. Baltimote.
j A. D CAZAUX Agent it. ,\ W. Steamship
Line. Wilmington. N G.
' A. POPE, Gen riil Freight A pent.
P. W. CLAI K Aee't Gen. Ft. i^bt Ap't,
Wilmington. N. 0.
: H M COT! I NO II AM. General Western
* Kent. Atlanta. On Nov 28 :>mne
j CONCIAR* E IRON WO BKS,
, < OL.cmii1a, s. C.
* JOHN ALFXaNDER, Pronrietor.
REIS Ol!1 STEAM
AND G B I 8 T
MILLS. Gin Gear?
ing, and nil kinds
of Iron Caetings
for M ach i ii pry
Stores and Dwell?
ing-, Tatent Railings for Gsrdiit* and Ceme?
teries, Iron Settees and Arbor Chairs; also,
Sracs Castings of all kinds, Bells for
Churches, Schools, Work-shops, Ac. Gua?
rantee all my woik first clats and equal to
any North or South.
Works at foot ot Lady street, ar.d near to
?fontb Carolina and Greenville and Columbia
Bailroad Companies' Depots. _ Nov 18
IMPORTED WINES. BRANDIES, ?c
Old Jamaica Rum,
?mi I, mm Holland Gin,
b?etr? Win? Port Wine, Madcirs Wine?
Also, a largo' steck of fine old Wbiskice,
Doc 21 J- fi. SEXGERR
low. for cat * HOPE k GYLES.
s TOI I i in i I I M(: ril V Jl A \ for sale
Enlwcr's Great Novel,
I rpnE PARISIANS, illustratcd-ll 00.
r 1 Publicans aud Sinners, a Novel, by Miss
A Princess of Thnle, a Novel, by nntbor of
"Adventures of a PLadon,' "Daughter of
Hetb," Ac?75 cents.
I Lelda'a Fortune, a Novel?II 00.
i Which Shall It Be? a Novel, by author or
y the Wooing O'l?85 cents.
:;l Bcbee; or. Two I.ittlo Wooden Shoes; a
t story, by Onida?fl 50.
I Fi b ltt U L. RRYAN'8 BOOKSTORE.
1 KC\i\ BUBHEL8
1,?)\.M f I" transit.
too battels Flour.
II 2,000 pounds Food.
Just in and for sale at popular rrices.
F?ll l L?RICK ?* 1,0WRASOE